The Man Who Knew Too Much

The Man Who Knew Too Much - Sold Out
Doors open at 7 PM, Film begins at dusk

An American doctor and his wife, a former singing star, witness a murder while vacationing in Morocco, and are drawn into a twisting plot of international intrigue when their young son is kidnapped. Director Alfred Hitchcock and Salvador Dalí had a creative friendship; keep an eye out for any nods to Dalí’s influence in this thriller.


1956, dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 120 mins., PG 


Thank you for your interest, this date is currently sold out. The National Bank of Indianapolis Summer Nights Film Series features 15 nights of film this year. To see the full lineup, click here.

August 9, 2024
The Amphitheater at Newfields
Members $9 / Public $12
Ages 5 & Under Free, Ticket Required

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The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1956. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. © Paramount Pictures